Out of School Time (OST) and TWC Did you know The Walking Classroom isn’t just for the 4th and 5th grade classroom settings? TWC has “walked” its way into the Out of School Time settings as… Read More
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Allowing students a few minutes to gather their thoughts and jot down their learning is a great way to extend your walk and address standards across the curriculum. Listening journals are a place where your students can respond… Read More
Keep your students enthusiastic, motivated, and accountable for their weekly walks by celebrating their learning. Taking a quiz can be a little nerve-racking but it’s also a great way to determine just how much students are… Read More
Nancy Carroll! You’re our #Walktober winner!
Wow, #Walktober just whizzed by! Here it is the first week of November, and we’re excited to announce that Nancy Carroll, a 4th grade teacher at Boyden Elementary in Massachusetts, has won our Walktober contest. Nancy… Read More
Just 1 question: How does walking help?
The Walking Classroom In The News Published in The News-Gazette in Champaign, IL Thursday, 10/29/2015 | By Nicole Lafond How does walking help you learn? Over two months into the school year, not only are 90 percent… Read More
TWC Teacher Feature: Josh Montero
Josh Montero North Elementary School Tracy, CA November’s Walking Classroom Teacher Feature is Josh Montero, a 5th grade teacher in California. You would never know that Josh Montero is only in his second year of teaching…. Read More
Walktober Week 4: Tell us how far you’ve walked!
Hello fabulous teachers! We’re nearing the end of Walktober and would love to hear how your class did. Getting your students out and moving is at the heart of what we are all about at The Walking Classroom,… Read More
Staying on Track When Students Miss a Walk
That time of year is almost upon us! While your mind might drift to the excitement and joy of the holiday season, we are actually talking about the dreaded flu season! Finding ways for students to… Read More
Walktober Week 3: Why do you love walking?
How does The Walking Classroom make you feel? Does it make you feel energized? Focused? Excited? Or, just plain happy? Taking a walk has a way of rejuvenating us like nothing else. Whether it’s a brisk walk outside… Read More
Listen Up — Improving Your Students’ Listening Skills!
One of the many benefits of The Walking Classroom is that students have an opportunity to learn outdoors. Of course, this can mean that the rare chance to be outside enjoying the fresh air and nature… Read More
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